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Preliminary agreement has been reached with some of these, while some are trying hard on the place. In the coming days, new clusters will take shape from artificial intelligence (AI) and drone industry to traditional industries like textile-warehousing.

Let us tell you, due to Corona infection, foreign investment was almost stopped. In such a situation, due to restrictions, Madhya Pradesh was not doing much work for foreign investment. Now with the changing situation, the focus has shifted back to foreign investment. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan can visit abroad in August. Meanwhile, talks are going on at the departmental level regarding investment with foreign companies.

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Vikas Ki Baat: From green energy, organic manure to logistics industry will take shape

1. Green Energy Park is to be built in Bhopal-Rajgarh with 250 crores. In this, 15 ton per day capacity biogas plant, organic manure, 20 metric ton per day capacity carbon-di-oxide capture plant and 10 MW capacity captive solar power plant will be built. Hydrogen and ammonia gas will also be formed.

2. Preparation to bring big logistics parks with airport and road connectivity in 7 major areas including Bhopal-Indore-Jabalpur-Gwalior-Katni. There is a plan for AI and IT hub on a large area near Ashta in Bhopal-Indore corridor.

3. Five new industrial areas to be created with Rs.714.56 crore. 25.88 crores in Berasia-Bhopal, 99.43 crores in Ashta-Sehore, 79.43 crores in Dhar, 462 crores in Ratlam and 47.82 crores in Narsinghpur. In these, an investment of 32 thousand crores is possible. 38 thousand jobs will be available.

4. Industrial area will be built in Dewas. There is planning for the project of Integrated Industrial Park, Commercial, Residential, Logistic Industry. There are plans to set up industrial clusters up to Dewas, Sonkachh, Ashta and Sehore.

5. Pinnacle Industries Group of Pune has given investment proposals of more than 2000 crores. This group wants to set up an electronic vehicle plant in Pithampur with an investment of 2000 crores. This will give employment to 7 thousand people. It will produce buses and small light commercial vehicles.

6. JSW Paint Group proposes to invest 1500 crores. UltraTech Cement and Force Motors Group have also made investment proposals. JK Tire Group proposes to set up a plant at Morena. The plant will be set up with 750 crores.

7. Hydrase group in preparation for setting up of ethanol plant. This plant is to be installed in Seoni. This company will make a major investment in the state along with Athena Capitals of London. Similarly, preliminary talks have been held with three more companies for the ethanol plant. The proposal is expected to move forward soon.

8. Chiripal Group proposes to invest 4600 crores in 250 acres in Ratlam. The group will set up units of solar cells, solar glasses, PV modules. Textile unit will also be set up. 800 crore investment has been proposed in this.

polyurethane foam construction
International Comfort Technologies has proposed to expand its Mattress, Foam Kilt Rolls and Pillow manufacturing unit at Maneri, Mandla with an investment of Rs 180 crore. This company is the largest company in the polyurethane foam manufacturing sector of the country. The company manufactures materials under the Sleepwell brand.

Investment proposals worth 51 thousand crores were received between April 2020 and January 2022.
03 thousand MSME units started new in the state between Corona period. Still some problems for investors
Even now companies are willing to invest around Bhopal-Indore.
The practical compliance of the approval in 30 days is not visible at the moment.
Apart from Bhopal-Indore, infrastructure is also not complete at other places.
Road, rail and air connectivity is also the biggest problem.

200 crore investment, 3000 will get employment
Bhopal. CM Shivraj Singh said that the government will give full cooperation for the development of yarn and fabric manufacturing industry in the state. Employment is also created by the establishment of new units. The industrialists said that they are willing to invest Rs 200 crore.

This will provide employment to about three thousand people. In fact, on Monday at CM House, Maral Overseas Limited Chairman Shekhar Agarwal, HEG Executive Director Manish Gulati and Assistant Vice President Manoj Thakkar met the CM. Industrialists gave information about investment. He said that cotton milling yarn production is proposed in the textile unit in Khargone’s Khal Bujar.


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